Sobre mi cumpleaños visto desde mi fe alternativa de judío no practicante

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“And Abraham made a great feast on the day that Isaac was weaned” (Genesis 21:8)

“On the day that the Holy Temple was destroyed, a Jew was plowing his field when his cow suddenly called out. An Arab was passing by and heard the low of the cow. Said the Arab: ‘Jew, Jew! Unyoke your cow, free the stake of your plow, for your Holy Temple has now been destroyed.’ The cow then lowed a second time. Said the Arab: ‘Jew, Jew! Yoke your cow, reset the stake of your plow, for the Redeemer has now been born…'”

“The Ancient Jews considered Birthday celebrations a pagan custom. Only one birthday was recorded in the Hebrew scriptures and it was that of Pharaoh a pagan ruler of a Pagan Nation that opposed true worship at that time”

“-Is a birthday the day we were born, or the day we were created?”Is a birthday the day we were born, or the day we were created? Is there a difference between the two? Also, why celebrate a milestone which tells us that we have less time left to live and enjoy?”

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